Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria has been killed; doubts on Greek secret service

Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria has been killed; doubts on Greek secret service
Festim Lato and Chameria soldiers performing the Albanian symbol of two-headed eagle
 Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria, has been killed in the Netherlands.

The news is confirmed by his family members. While earlier his friends wrote on social networks that Lato has been executed by the Greek secret service.

Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria has been killed; doubts on Greek secret service
Festim Lato showing in the map the Republic of Chameria
"In the Netherlands, has been assassinated the President of the Republic of Chameria, Mr. Festim Lato.

On the occasion of Festim Latos' assassination, the Lato family in Vlora

Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria has been killed; doubts on Greek secret service
Chameria President Festim Lato and the Commissioner Johannes Hahn
The Dutch Police announced Festim Lato's family in Vlora on his assassination. The Government of the Republic of Chameria, headed by Prime Minister Ali Aliu is saddened and expresses condolences to the Lato Family from Vlora and his friends. The murder of the President of the Republic of Chameria, Mr. Festim Lato is a politically motivated murder. Festim Lato is the first hero of the Chameria Republic. Festim Lato, light let it be your blood, brave hero! "Chameria is our blood, which will not be wasted! Glory, that we had you!" said the message of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Chameria, Ali Aliu," this is the message dispersed by the self-proclaimed Prime Minister of Chameria.

Meanwhile, in his Facebook profile, many friends have expressed their condolences.

Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria has been killed; doubts on Greek secret service
Festim Lato and Ramush Haradinaj
Dutch media have followed the killing of the Albanian Festim Lato. According to these sources, he was found dead Saturday night in Nieuwe Ubbergseweg neighborhood in Nijmegen. Local media say that the debts may have been the cause of his murder. Omroep Gelderland writes that he had many creditors from behind.

The murder was also confirmed by the police. He was reported lost by his family last week. His body was found Saturday and the police began the investigations.

In recent years, Lato had stayed in a home in Afferden. Outside his home, you can see the flag of Netherland, the United States, and Chameria.

According to people in his neighborhood, Lato had debts in companies and private individuals that amounted to millions of euros.

"He brought a lot of money from Albania," says the diplomat Jeroen Zandberg. He says he advised Lato to undertake a political battle in the UN in The Hague on the issue of Chameria. Zandberg adds that he is shocked by the death of the Albanian.
Festim Lato, the self-proclaimed President of Chameria has been killed; doubts on Greek secret service
The house of Festim Lato in Netherlands
"He was a charming and quiet man," he says, adding: "He had business with entrepreneurs who do not pay the VAT. As a result, he made a number of secret agreements. Large companies are said to have borrowed substantial amounts of mone..."

Lato is reportedly officially declared bankrupt by Zutphen's Court in April.
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